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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1900)
THE .II&BNI-NG OBECJONIAff, gATpPDAY. OCTQBBB ?7, 1900.
' " " i
The market situation showed but few
changes yeriteniay. 2k the,4ocal narltet
"there was'Hhe'-usaal stocking tip for th&
Saturday trade, and In' the produce de
Dartmenta a Tvretty fair clean-up W35
made. Country orders TSave slacked ifp-A
alttle as they usuauy ao lowaro. me ciose
-of. the month, hot the -volume of busi
ness on thi -whole is mu"ch better than
at a corresponding "date last yean The
trtioat markets yesterday -were again
flying tne distress signal, and prices in
the East fell otf materially from the
highest point of ihe day previous. The
European market shows but little
strength at the present time, and In spite
of the efforts of exporters to "hammer
down freights, there Is not enough of a
weakening 'to .have much effect on the-
situational, yet. Some .of the exporters
have their flmlts on "Walla Walla as low
down ajjx 52c, bril at the same time GS&Q)
53c is. obtainable for the cereal,, with
bluestem nominally fe5c 'Valley Is" nc in
demand in Portland, at any advance over
Walla. Walla, but In the Interior all sorts
of 'extravagant prices are reported paid
( Bank Clearing-.
rPattiRnd ..-. : .....95.ii"
Taeomtf ;.....,. 19(1022
Seattle . 310,008
, , ff-
Grain, Flonr, Etc.
"Whest TViUla Walla. t2G2ic; Valley, nom
inal; Jrtuestom, Rfc per bushel. ,.
Flour-Best grade. (2 W3 40 per barrel;
Craharn, $2 00.
Oats White, 4243e per bushel; gray, 40
Barley Feed. $15315 50; brewing, $10$18 CO
Mlllstuffs Bran, 15 &0 per, ton; xoiddUnsa.
521: jh.ortn. $17; chop, $10.
Hay TtaKh, $125113-, clp er? f" Ql, Oro
rcbnlld har. Zd&T pet'ion.
Butter. ITsrsB, Poultry, Etc.
JJutter Fancy creamery 45t$50c: store, 233
30c per rolL '
DEgs Eastern. 205j22c; Oregon Xanch, 2TJ4
'S?Oc per doscn.
i'oultrj-f- fchlckens, mixed. $2 6003 MJ per
-dozen: hens. $3 $ BO: .Springs, $24; ducks.
.$3 505; geese, $007 per dozen; turkejs, lUe,
llls; dressed. 1415c per poun '
Cheese Full cream, tjvlas. Ilfl2itc Yount
,vi&rica. lM-S'lJc per pounA ' ."
Vegret1ilet Frnlt, Etc.
VMreables Parsnips, SBcj turnips, 75c; xar-l-ots,
75c per sack; onions, WctjrJU cab
h&ec. fl 5-5? 1 50 per cental: potatoes, G0?
mc per sack; tomatoes, 25c per box; corn, 75c
jr-or sack; sweet potatoes, lc per pound in
.acks; celerj, OOS'OSc per dozen.
Fruit Lemons, $4Q 80; orange, $5C per
box, pineapples." $1 5u0 'per d6zen; bananajt,"
.WiiS per bunch; 1'ereian dates, 7c per lb.;
,cc-rs, 75cS'f t per box; apples, SOo Q &l per
box; crapes, Muscat, 7Db5c; black, 75S0c;
Vokaj, $1; Concords, 2530c per basket,
liied trull Apples, eapuratea, 7Sc pr
1ound; sun-dried, sacks or bcxes, CCc; pears,
oan ,tnd cvtiporateJl, C 4$ Oc; ' plums, pltloss,
bjfDc; jruna, Italian, 5 Q 7c; slh er. extra
chplcr 5iQTc; &cs, fcallfornja black, 5c; do
v.iii.L, 7yoc per pound.
Meat anu Provisions.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers and
ewes, sheared. $3 5U. drcsstd.OHU c per lb;
Spring lambs, 3c per tound gross; diensed, 7
Hogs Gross, choice heavj. f5 C0$3 75; light,
$5; dressed, ejfCiic pel pojund. '
Veal Ljirge, GJ587isc per -pound; small. .K
Oc per pound.
.Bed Grow., tqp steers, $3 ZQQ-ii cows, ?J4i'
350; dressed beef, Cff7c per pound.
Pro Islons Portland pack (Shltld brand):
Hams, umoked. are quoted at UVic.pex pound;
picnic name, fc&c per pound, breakfast bacon,
a3Vg)15c; bacon, lOKQllh-: hacks, lOc; drj
talt sides, Uivtl0i: dried beer, 15c; lard. 5-
pound palls, 1094c; 10-pound palls, 10c; 00s.
JOHc; tierces, 10c pcrpound. Eastern pack
tjlammond's)': IJams, large, llcj medium,
llc; small, 12c; picnic ham, 8?c: shoulders,
Sq. breakfast bacon, 1315c; dry salt tides. 4
aojic; butts. 12c; lard, pur leaf, kettle ren
dered, ,Cs, lOic; 10s, lOVic; dried beef, 15c
, Groceries, Xntf, Etc.
Coffee Mocha. 2328c; Jaa, fancy, 2032c;
Java, -good. 2C'24y Java, ordinary, lB20c;
Costa Rica, fnncj. lSSOc; do good, l(JQ;18c: da
ordinary, 10 12c per pound; Columbia, rdasu,
$13 12; Arbuckle's, $14 13( -Lion. $14 is per'
Sugar Cube, ?0 85; crushed. "$6 85; pow
dered, ?C 45; drj granulated, $0 25; extra C,
$5 75; golden C. 5 GO net; half barrels, 14c
mors than barrels; maple sugar, 1510c pex
Salmon Columbia River, 1-pound tails, $1 50
2; 2-jxund tails, -42 25Q2 SO; fancy 1-pound
fiats, 232 25; &-pound fancy flats. SI 100
1 30; Alaska,, 1 - pound tails, $1 403i U6; 2
pound tails. 1 O0jJ2 25.
Js'uts Peanuts. CHS7c per pound for raw, 9c
for roasted; cocoanuts, 90c per dozen: walnuts,
10 Jlc per pound; pine. nuts. 15c: hickory
nuts, tc; chestnuts, 15c; Brazil, lie; filberts,
15c; fancj pecans, .12lic; 'almonds lolTMtc
Beans Small -white. 4d; large do, 8?4l3o:
ba ou. 3JiC; ilma. Oc per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta, aC 12$ per 100 tor
tpot. t t
Coal oil Ctx-t, JSJio per gallon; barrels,
Kbc; tanks, 18c. . .
Rio Island, Cc; Japan. 5c: New Orleans.
iVj&SWfi: l&ncy head. S?g7 50 per Back.
Hop, "Wool, Hides, Etc.
Hqps New crop, 1815iic per pound; 1S09
'Wool'-Valley, 13l4c; Easter Oregon, 03
32c; mohair, 5c per pound.
Sheepskins Shearlings, 15 20c; short-w ool,
2535c; medlum-vi ool, 30C0c; long-wool, COcg
f 1 each. " ,
Tallow 4c; No. 2 and grease, 23e per lb.
Hlfles Dry hides. No.- 1, 16 pounds and' up
irard, 1415c; dry kip. No 1. 0 to 10 pounds,
15c per pound; dry calf, No. 1, under 5 pounds,
1510e; dry salted, one-third le"sft than, -dry
flint; salted hides, sound steers, 00 pounds and
over. 7Sc; do 50 to CO pounds, -THe; do un
der 50 pounds and cows, 7c; kip, 13 to 30
pounds, 7Sc; do veal, 10 to 14 pounds, 7&e;
do calf, under 10 pounds, T&c; green (unsalted),
lc per pound less;, culls (bulls, stags, moth
eaten, badly cut, scored hair slipped, weather
beaten or grubbj), ono-thlrd less.
Pelts Bearskins, each, as to site' $5S?15;
cubs, each. Sl5; badger, each, 50c wildcat,
25075c; housecat, S(f25c; fox. common gray.
40cl; do red, SI 75333 50, do cross.82 506;
lynx, 24 50; Tnlnk, 40cg$l 76; marten, dark
Northern, SS!10: do pale, pine. $24; musk
rat, 812c; skunk. C080c; otter (land), J4
8; panther, with head aftd" claws perfect,
1S; raccoon, 5580c; wolf, mountain, with
head perfect vC3 -50 fij Wolverihe, $2 5O0;
beaver, per skin, large, $637; do medium, per
skin. $405; do .small, per skin, ?lg2; do kits, 1
per skid, fi&3.
XE"W YORK STOCK MARKET.
Irrecnlar "but a .Higher Level
KEW fORK, Oct.. 2G. The stock mar
ket underwent many" changes of senti
ment today but on the Tvhole came
through, the ordeal very well and -Ihe
average level of prices Trafi higher as a
result of the day's trading. The mar
Tcet was very Irregular from the open
ing and during the course Of the session
th,o bearish tendency fairly got the up
per hand, earning prices to -well "below
last night's level. The- extreme range In
the most active stock w.as from 1 to over
2 points, but the final rally reduced net
changes in nearly every case to small
. fractions. The weakness which over
came the market was clearly enough an
Incident of the digestion of profits.
The force of the Anal rally showed the
professional 'operators had -ventured ,to
sell shorts prett? freely. WaU street had
Its dally Tspcrj this morning of stupend
ous ,new oonibirtatloris In th inm.9,i
world,- this tlnerelatlng to fbutfctorn 2a-
cine Tile v-andcrbjlt interests, It was
said, had secured -control .and 01 prob
lems .of competition and Tajte-cuttfng- were
forthwith to fce -settled. But, ,in South
era Pacific -enormous blocks of long stock
came -out, succeeding a. primary sale of
10,000 shares fct. Quotations. 4 point apart.
The opening guotatlon was the highest
of fthe 'day, andijthe stoclsrfell,a.way i$
during the active selling movement.
Brooklyn Transit was very actively dealt
4 'V ' ' f;
In, and -was Trashed up before marked
signs of jvpaknegL4.began. to jjeyelop.
These fiblntsof Jcre>h servedi'jon an
active scale. A number of the Icon and
steel stocJcB declined from 1 to 1& polnti
The faU-lh,th" call xoney rate, to- 2
Per certt and the tnahltest 'relaxation -In
the pressure to realise, encouraged the
advance, The call money , -market re
lieved apprehension and suggested thtf in
ference that the banks' must have "fur
ther contracted their loans so as to de
duce the reserve requirements Ruling th&
weeit. uniy h.uiw,uu or. jcoia oi tno ii.-
I 000,000 ngoggd for import "was received
m time to jlgure in 'trie oank state
The bondmarket continued active-and
showed points f-weakness in-sympathy
with stocks. Total sales par value, ?3,
075,000. United States refunding 2s w)ien-lesued,
the new and -old 4s and the 5s advanced
U on the. last call. '
U. S. 2s, ref. TCff.l04&
do coupon ......104
f - . . . .....
lien. Electric us..,ii
W "V rant 1to IRQ
ao as, rey -100:
lOOjyNorthern Pac 3s. 00'
ao couppn ..-..liu
do new 4s, ror..I3i
Oregon Jav. lsU.103-
do coupon 133 ) -do 4s
do eld 4s. Teg...ll5V5JDregtn 8.1. 6s, ..127
. . .yu7
do coupon ...wll5V
do 5s. reg.....r,112
d6 cbn. 56., ...... 114
Ra Gr -West lsta OSH
St. Paul consols.. .170
St. P. C. & J. lstsll8Vi
do 5s 119
ao coupon ...... 114
DIst. Col. 3-C5S...124M
Atchison adj.v4s.. 87
C. & N.W. con. 7sl33J4
do S F. deb. 5S.120
B &.-R. G. lsts.,103
do 4s SOU
Union Pacific 4s. ..105
Southern Pac. 4,. bow,
Wfcst Shore, 4s....a02ii
The tojal Ailes ot stocks today wera 61J.G00
shares. CThfc dosing quotations were:
Atchison SslTJnfon Pac pref.
dtv. tirpf .. 7
Bait. &r Oht6 75
Can. Pacific: 8C
do pret ........
I Wheel. L L.-JB.
Can. 'Southern ... 53
i do 2d pret
Ches. & Ohio SOUm'ls. -Contral ..k.. 12
Chi. Or. Western. ligslP. C, C. & St. L. 50
C B. & Q 127IThlrd Aienue .....110
Chi., Ind. & X..., 22
do -nref ........ 54
Adams .,..f. ...,.120
American ..... .155
United States .... 50
Amer. Cotton Oil.. 30Ji
do pref 91
Amer. Majtlhg .... 5i
do pref .'25
Amer. Smelt. & R 41
do pref ..i..... 01
Amer. Spirits 1
do pref 17.
Chi. & East' 111.. 0314
Chicago & N, W..162
C , R. 5. St Pac.i.IOSJi
n n r jc.mi r. At
Colo. Southern ... 5
do 1st pref,.... 33
do 2d prjrf 15
pel & "Hmbion,..112
Del , Lack. & IVUS
Denver &. Rio Gr. 20fc
do pref 70'A
co 1st prer s&i
Gr,, North pref..JC35
Hocking Coal 1C
Hocking Valley .. 3Gii
Amer. Steel Hoop
3o tiraf . ....,74
Amer. "Steel' &W.. :i5
do Dref 5
Illinois central ..lis
Iowa Central 18
do prcf 42
Lake Erie &. Y.. 35
do pref 102
Lake Shore 203H
Amer. Tin. Plato... 34
do nref ..... 813T
Amer. Tobacco-... 0?j
ao prei ......... iia
Anasonda Mln. Co 451,4
Brooklyn Ri T... 02U
Cold Fuel & Iron. SJJ,
Cont. Tobacco .... 20
Louis. & Nash.... 7G4j
aianhattim El ... 07
Met. St. Ry 101
do nref Sl
ilex, central izw
Federal Steel 3SJ
Minn. & Bt. Louis 59
ao prei ......... uo7
Oetc. Eiectrjc ...,ai
Missouri Pacific .. 57U Glucose Sugar ... 53
Mobile & Ohio.... Z'i do pref ..,... 0a4
M.. K. & T lOUJlnt. Paper 20ti
do prcf 32; do pref 00
New Jersey Cent.l35V4 La Clede Gas....... 71
New York Cent. ..133 (National Biscuit 35Ji
Norfolk &. West... S7W do pref i.."00
do pref -......- 7CiNatlonal Lead .... 20
Northern Pacific. Sltf-iJ do pref ...'r-.4.80
do pref ...,..,. 73VifNatlonal Steel .... 30
Ontario & Weet... 22 do pref 38&
O R. & N 42 iN. Y. Air Brake. .123
do pref ........ 70 INorth American... lu
PnnIanla ....134i Pacific Coast
Reading .. in 7 do 1st lfr"f.
do 1 1-st nref..... O-isJ.. do 2d Tref
dov 2d pref 25WJ,. Pacific Mall
TUo Gr. Western . 50 People's Gas ..i..
do tiref .......JK) iPressed Steel Car
St Louis & S. F-li9i do pref S3
do lrt pref 07 iPullman Pal.. Car. ISO
do 2d pref OIStar-d Ropev'& T. 5
St Louis S. W.... 135.
: do pref ........110
Tcnn Conl & Iron 58'4
D. S Leather 121
do nref 71
do pref 31
St Paul 11RV4
do oref ........172
St. Paul (. 0 112
Southern Ry ....
Texas & Pacific.
Union Pacific ...
37;U. S. Rubber 33
1251 ao pret ..,,..,.. ih
uiwcstem union ... bi
Republic iron & o. lwft
do pref 50?4
'It'orrlpm Flnancinl -Xctu
.NEW YORK, Oct. 2G. The Pqmmerclal
Advcftlser's Txmflbn ffnanclal 1&,blegram
The markets hETe ,wctre " quiet and Ir
regular, still under the Influence of hard
ening mon.ey rates. Americans see-sawed
feverishly but a fair amount jof bdslnej?s
was done in them, the "public" buying
considerably in this department for the
first tlmen a Jong period. Berlin was dis
posed to aelh Southern Paclflp boomed
for a while on theunconflrmedreport that
the Yanderbllts had sefcured control of
The Bank lost 5000 gold to Egypt and
I 7000 to Holland. There were no- transac
tions in the open market.
Money was harder because the Bank
borrowed instead of repaying sums bor
rowed recently. ,lt was rumored that
the market had borrowed some money
from -the Bonk, but this is Improbable.
Money", Exclinng-e, Etc.
SAN ERAN6iSCO, Qct. 28. Sterling on
London, CO days, $4 85; sight, $4 2; drafts,
sight, 10c; telegraph, 22&c; Mexican dol
NEW YORK, Oct. 2C Close Money , on
call, easier at 2 per cent; last loan, 2
per cent; prime mercantile paper, 56
pes; cent. .- Sterling exchange heavy with
actual business sin bankers' bills nt
SSi for demand, and at ?4 -8014 for 60
days; 'posted rates, $4 Sl4 81 and $4 84
4 83; commercial blllsr $4 79g,4 80. .
Silver certificates, 646oc.
Mexican dollars, C0(g!50?tC
Government bonds, strong; state, weak;
LONDON, Oct 26.-JConsols,
money, 1 per cont
Stocks in London.
LONDON. Oct 26. Atchison, 33c; Ca
nadian Pacific ?Sc; Northern Pacific,
-preferred, 75c; Grand Trunk, 6cf An
THE GRAB? MARKETS.
Prices for Cereals in European aad
SAsN FRANCISCO", Oct. 26. Wheat and
barley futures quiet; spot, easier; spot
barley, quiet; oats, dull. Spot quotations
Wheat Shipping, No. 1, 95o; choice,
9fii4c; milling, 9S$1 02.
Barley Feed, 70S72c; brewing, 7B
Oats Black for seed, ?1 221 80; red,
Call Hoard sales?
Wheat No sales; -cash, SHBic
Corn Large yellow, $1 22.
Xeir York: Grain arid Produce.
NEW YORK, Oct 26. Flour Receipts,
23,000 barrels; exports, 23,332 barrels J mar
ket 5l,0c lower. '
Wheat Jiecelpts, 22,200 bushels. " Spot
Weafc No. 2, red, 77 f. o. b.;! 75o 41e
Options wre weak again today, suffer
ing from.speculative neglect liberal sales
by yesterday's buyers favorable. North
west weather, further liquidation and
small seaboard clearances. Closed weak
In spite of good export traMe at c
decline. March closed 80b; May, 80?ic;
October, 75c; Decerdb'er "77c - "
4 Wool Dull.
Cliicngo Grain and Produce.
CHICAGO., Oct ,26. With an occasional
momentary exception trade In wheat was
dull and of a holiday character, traders
being inclined, to even, up "on account of
the holiday trade, -as well as Saturday.
Liverpool -showed a good response early
to. -the bluge here yesterday, and Decem
ber wheat .opened Crhlgher to &c lower,
at T3&73c This Initial showing was
disappointing to the crowd, and the mar
ket forthwith, tbok on an easier tone.
This feellng was further encouraged by
the good weather, the jsmall shlpmentb
and the continued -liberal receipts as well
as the, Liverpool Idss of. Its early gain.
Without material reactlonj December de
clined to 7254C -Wherfe the market, on a.
demand for, export, steadied 'and rallied
rrftMnta-nllvrf Mruslnir Tirt uttAr the xClOS-
lh. of. he nrevlous .'session, at 724a, '"
ttV- j. .Aiij. )ii.j -ut1' Va"l
earljmoMAaent04 whlph Eein, AUBilally
bright by the wheat weakness,'indlfferent
cables and slqw bualness in a shipping
-way, Beberrtber closed .(SHc'd0wn.
Oats weV6 Mutt find, heglwted. Decem
ber closed HUc lower, at'a.21c.
Provisions started ou,t with, a show of
dullness became of the advance of prides
at the yards and the- poor quality of
hogs. Selling by longs, braver, fioan
turned' the scale th'e other way, and tho
early gain, was more than lost. Jan'ufiry
pork closed 7&o undet yesterday, lard
unchanged, and ribs 3ig6c down.
The leading futures ranged as follows;
WHEAT. r -
Onchlntr. Hlchest. Lowest Close.
October ....".. 50 TiV, so TiVi fu ti ?" '
'38 " 88 .
21 22 "
October . .
Npvembef January .1
otn f oc7
October ,..." 0 75
J "K-nVfifrttwr nint n in fV10 0 10
-V -"' " '' ZZ'Z.l, i., Z n t MU '
January . ..k.. a ujr o o uur .- un
Cash auotat!ons"were as follows:.
Plour Qulet Winter patents, ?3 703 90; vi
stratgnts, -T-J3.1VB3 w; clears, jJtwwr
Spring 'specials, $44 45; patents, $3-W
90rsfraights,- ?3(g-455.bakorB,, .203 75.
Wheat No. 3, C671c; No. 2 red.'TSc. '
' Corn No. 2, 37c; No 2 yellow; 37c.
1 Oats-NQ.-2, 22c; fro. 2 white, 25c;' No.
8 whltd, 245c.. . - t . . , ' -T' ,.
' Rye-No. 2, -747c.
' Barley Good -feeding,- 4SC6c; fair to
Choice malting, 4856c.
Flaxseed No. 1, $1'S11 82; No1'North
west;ern, $1 81(gl 82.
Timothy seed Prime, $4 30.
Mess pork Per barrel, $1L60.
Iu-d -Per 100 pounds, $77j02.
Short ribs Sides (loose), --?6 767', dry
fealted-shoulderH (boxed), fiBVic;j -short
blear Bldea (boxed), ?G 766 85 "
, Clover-Contract grade, ?XO10 25.
On the produce Exchange today the
butter market was fairly active: cream
ery, 1622c; dairy, lSfflSc.
Cheese Dull, 10(5vllc". ' '"
Eggsr Quiet; fresh, 17c- -. r'
FUoUr, barrels .
Corn bushels ..
Oats, bushels ..
Rye. bushels . . .
ti 10,000 12,000
, 105,000 23 000
110.000 . 3,000
, ' Enropean Grain MarUets.
. LONDON, Oct. 26. Wheat Cargoes on
passage, firmer tendency; cargoes Walla
Walla, 28s 3d. ' . v
Liverpool, Oct. '26 U'heat'and 'ilour In
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 red. Western'
Winter, 5s lid; No.,1 .Northern Spriiig,
C3 3d; No. 1 California, Gs 4d. ;PUtuVes,
dull; December 5s lld February, 6s
Corn Spot, weak; American mixed,
new. 4s 4d. Futures, dull; November, 4s
d; December, 4s"! January, $h'ty& "
VIient nt Tnconin.
TACOMA, Oct 2C-Wheat Dull
nominally unchanged. Bluestem,
SAX FRAXCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2G. Wool
Spring, Nevada. 11(130; Eastern Oregon,
,1014c; Valley, Oregon, i5tg17c. Fail.
mountain lambs, DQ-lOd.; Sair Joaquin
plains, .0Sc; Humboldt and 'Menaoclno,
Hops 1000 crop, 12g!loc. .
Hay Wheat, !f9l3 50; wheat ahd oats,
?9i12 30; best barlej, $9, 50 alfalfa. ,,$7(8)
8 50: compressed wheat,. $9jgtt3 per ton;
straw. 30f42ltc per bale. . ,
Mlllstuffs Middlings, ?17 C0Q20 50; , bran,
15 60(Q1C 50 per ton. . . .--".,
Potatoes River Burbankg, 2550c;
.sweet, new. 50cS-l ppr cental; Salinas
Burbanks, 90cS?l 15; Oregon. Bqrbanks,
Vegetables Green eas, l02c per
pound; tomatoes, SSjJGOc a. box; asparagus,
75c?2 50; cucumbers, 30g50c..
Butt6r Fancy creamery, 25p; do, sec
onds, 23(g24c; fancy dairy, 2223o; do
Citrus fruit Mexican limes, 544 W,
common California lemons, $1 25225;
choice) $2 252 50; pineapples, $23 per
Cheese California flats. 1010c per
pound; Young America, 10llc; East
ern, 1415c, f , , .
Green fruit Apples choice, $1 25 per
box; common. 35c per box. .
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers. 1415c; do
hens, 1415c per pound; old roosters, $3 50
4 per dozen; young roosters, $3 ipdb
small broilers, $22 50; lnreo do, $33 50;
fryers, &2 60; hens, $3 50 per dozen;
old ducks, $34; geese, $l25(j)l 50 per pair.
Bananas Jl2 50 per bunch. .
Eggs Store, 2530c; fancy ranch, 42c;
Hecelpts Flour, 2L1G0 quarter sacks;
wheat, 1840 centals; barley. 63 centals;
oate, 7660 centals; beans, 6740 sacks; pota
toes, 3770 sacks; bran, 1700 sacks;, mid
dlings, 620 sacks; hay, 400 ton3; hides, 610.
CHICAGO, Oct 26. Cattle-Receipts,
2500. Generally steady; natives, good to
prime steers, $5 606; poor to medium,
54 405 50; selected feeders, 53 75g4 40;
mixed stockers, weak, 52 503 65; cows,
52 754 25; heifers, 52 654 75; canners, 52
2 60; bulls, 52 504 40; calves, 546 50.
Texas fed steers, 544 90; grassers, 53 35
4 15; bulls. 52 753 25.
Hogs Receipts, today, 21,000; tomorrow;
estimated, 16,000i left over, 2000. Active
10c higher; top, 54 92; mixed, und butch
ers', 54 554 92; good to choice heavy,
54 654 9iVt; rough heavy, 54 504 60; light,
54 454'90:'buk qf sales, 54 654 80.
Sheep Receipts, 6000. Sheep and lambs,
steady; good to choice wethers 53 854 10;
fair to choice mixed, 53 403 95; Western
sheep, 53 904 10) Texas sheep, 54 25!3'4 50;
native- lambs, 54 255 50; Western lambs,
54 7&55 40.
OMAHA, Oct C. Cattle Receipts, 900
head; market, steady to stronger; native
beef steers, 54 25tj5 65; Western, 'steers,
544-E5; Texas steers, 534; cows and
helfors, 53 103 75; canners,' $1 R03;
stockers and feeders, 53 25gv4 50 J" fcalveB,
52 606; bulls and stags, 52 254. '
Hogs Receipts, 5700; market, 10c high
er; heavy, 54 504 60; mixed, 54 554 60;
light, 54 554 6&; bulk of sales, 54 554 60.
Sheep 'Receipts, 4800; market, slow,
steady; fair to choice Westerns,, 58 654;
common and stock sheep, $3 25(4 75;
lambs, 54.255 25.
'ICANSAS CITY, Oct. 26 Cattle Re
ceipts, 4000; market, steady; Texas steers,
52 354 SO; Texas cows, 52 OCKS'2 90; native
steers, 54 255 60; native cows and, heif
ers, 51 B0f4 50; stockers and feeders, 52 50
g4 45: bullsj 52 503 60.'
Hogs Receipts, '9000; market, E10c
higher; bulk of sales', 54.6034! 6Tj;'heavy.
54.504..60; packers, 5454V65; mixed, 54 60
4 65; lights, 14 504 67f Yorkers, 54 555j
4 65f)Ig8, 54 0C4 60. t , .
'Sheep-r Receipts 500Q; market, steady;
laxqbs,, 53 40$"; 00; muttons, 52 305)4 20,.
-, , Tlie j Cotton Markets..
NEW YORK, Oct. 26. Cotton-After
opening steady with prices unchanged to
4 points higher, thereTjWas a period-of Ir
regularity, and general hesitation, but
later' the market displayed a sfalr degree
of strength, and worked steadily Upward
until It reached, 9 cents. A break of 14
nnlntn nr.mirrpf! unrtAr T nrnflt-rnlclnfl'
room - traders. Later th'ere wa's more or I
thlcaio Bpri$ rnite r Al CDC
NcrYork Stock ExthanaeV DtJIIIEfe3
tlobKtr 4,; Qroonxi Flow v Chamber of Commerce
t - BOTH TELEPHONES
less uneasinesg manifested on both sides,
with the result tat..ina, arow, ijange
Of prices flucluatfons were7freo.uertt, with
the markot-erratic. The close was steady,.
2- points higher1 to' 4 points lotver. '
OotfCft find Sagfar.
' NEW YORK, Oct 26.-Joffee options'
closed steady -yvith'n net advance ot'518
polntB.1 S&108? 47,260' hats, '1tlchiding"N0
Vember, ,?6 fi 05; ecebaber, 57 0Bp7 IB;
January. 7 .20t;25., Spot, Rio steady ;'No.
1 lhVoicec8c:- Mild, qiiieti'Cardova,'
Sugar Raw, quiet; fair refining, 4o;
Centrifugal, test? 4e; ronned; quiet -
, . -r-r - - - - m
i v, ijte Metkl 'Markets. "
' Sj-rw YORlC.Oct.-26. Tha market-fop
hreta.ls was generally rregular and.weafc,
jmgj iron warrants aecunea 20 points to
ir763! 75, under liberal offerlngs.-Tln wns
dull and, a shade lower lnsympathy with
the Ldndon marketr and closed at JSf 75
23 here. "Lead -aral spelter, were bothdull.
and. unchanged 4 .$4 37 and 54 Q4 lo
respectively-" Lake copper was "alBO dull
a 516 76)1?. The brokers' price 'for lead
vas- 54, and for copper,- ?16 S7. i '
, Bar silver, 64c. . . , "
' SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26.-Bar .silver,
645ic . -
LONDON, "Oct. 26 Bar Bllver, 29 15-I6d.
London WoplAuctlppB. (
LONDON,. Oct 26. At today's session of
the wool auction sales 11,982 bales were
offered and there was a good attendance.
Merinos were In good demand by the
Continent. Inferior sorts 's&ld" slowly.
Cross ' breeds were' In., g&ofl supply, cand
Very firm. Capcof Good Hope, and Natal
wqols were In large supply, wlttfUhe de
mand steady. ' ' .
-DAILY CIT STATISTICS.
, Real -Estate Transfers. -
Baker Bo er National Bank to James -A
firav. lnta 47 and 48. Stnltheons
Land Company Addition, October 17.5 10
PercyH. Blythe to N. A.jSchanen, 13.
W ieet Ol lOt 0, UJOUJi to, vuiuluci d
addition io Caruther's addition, Oc
tober 2Stf '.......'...... 2C0
A, F. Teller wnd wlte tft Larson Broth
ers, S. .of lot 1; block 3, Troutdale,
October 25 .:..........- 250
Edwin Irle and wifeJto Trustees Uni
versity Park .Methodist Episcopal
. Church, lots. 25 varid 26, block 107, .
Norwood, February .2$ i5"3
Kate B Sloari, to Josephine Squires,
" lbttf 7 fend 8, block 16, Smith's subdl-
1 vision and addition, October li.....'. 1600
Sheriff for S. Simon to Emanuel -p.nd
David Caplnn, 184acxes Pattdn road,
October- , 22CQ
R. I. Eaton, admlnistratorr-to Alma
A. "Mergens, E. of lot7, block
264. Couch addition. October 1G 900
R. Llvin'gstone, administrator, to J.
D. Kennedy, portion of A. Nj King
. donation, land clim, St. Clair street,
Octopeit 2?.. j.vjw.. ...',. ...... ..... .'.,, 1,800
James Ncwlands et.ux. tQ.Ayallne A.
Paton, lot. 5", block &A layqs: Gate's-
' addftlon, October 16 r 2&X
Josephjnp Arpin.to William Mulrhead,
' Xv. ft Ot lot. i, diock 2M, i-orxianu,
October 24 .-
Charity H. Neldermyer-,' guardian, to
t)ella M, Schroeder, lots 15, 40. 47 and
48, block t17r Mount. Tabor VUJa, Oc
tober 26.'. r. .-..., .....
D W. lja.ms et ux. to Charles;-1 Par
ker, B. W of lots 7 and '8. block 16,
Caruther's addition. 'October '24......
J.tP: Menefc and "F, W; Torgler to'
Charles- C.-lWoodeock;- B. 150 feet of
lot A, block V Piedmont 'Park?
Majch 31,vlS07.,..'..-i ;.-,....-. .v...
Valentlqe. Bcown and. wife to Charles
C. Woodcock, lots, 16 and 17, block
3, Piedmont Park, August 31, 1699..
William Mulrhead ind wife to James
ana" juuzaoetn a. x.ee, jn. va iot i,
r block 254, Portland," Octbber 25... K 1
Napoleon" Arpln and wife t&"'aamd,
same.. October 24.,..: i..;. .' 1
Josephine Arpln et al. to samo, 3ama,-
April- ... ;'..,, , .. . -r. -1 - I "W
, ' Buiiainff Permit.
Thomas Mulf, 1-story 'dwelling,' East
Burnslde, between East Twenty-ninth
and 'East Thirtieth? -51500? ; ' r '
-" Mbrrlnffe Llcens'e. '
.Giistaf A. Crfrlsoji, aged 40, Caroline
An-ldson, nged-34; W. A. Long, 30 (Clack
amas County), Annie Eben, IS.
. "Births. ' . . t
October 24, ,tp thq wife of George Gre
nler, fdot of 'Market street," a boy.
Contagions Dlneascs. '
October 25, William Schuld, 395 Ivon
street, corner Grand avenue, yphold
fever. ? '
October .24wll-year-oId daughter of Mr.
Bennett, 291 East Morrison 'street, iph
Octobor 25. Frank. Jones, '24 years old,
Sellwooa scrfriet fever. -
' October .23, Mrs. Samuel Cotton, 25'yoars
old,' 261 East Ninth street, typhbld fever.
October 26, Sarab E. Hall, 8$ years old,
624. East Morrison street. " , ,
October 25, George Hi Pettlnger, 68
years, Sellwood, accidental' fracture of
'Octotfer 23, John L. Carroll, 44 years,
Warren, Columbia' County, apoplexy'.
October- 24, Mary G. Elvers, .5' "months,
427 Glisan street. Inanition. "
1 October 2b."' Roy Frisbv. 3 moriths. 507
"Goldsmith street, accldentilly sUffdcated. 'i
Vnlne of Educational Reports.
SUMPTER? Or., Oct. 2l (To thcd!
'tor.) In our correspondence fromJ.,the
'Notional Capital In Monday's issue, s.peak-ing-of
the annual reports, appears, the
statements: "Few people are aware tlat
we have a Bureau of Education . . .
and it is never heard of except lp the
'periodical bulletins or when Dr. Sheldon
Jncksdn takes it upon himself to, submit
a Special report". I hardly believe The
Oregonlan would indorse this statement.
On lthe contrary, perhaps no report is
more eagerly awaited or more generally
read than the two big volumes whloh
make up tho Commissioner's annual re
ports Pew Government publications (have
a njarket valine, but owners ot the edu
cational reports can generally "find a ready
sale when they desire to dispose of these.
worKs, as tne supjeots treated are ' of
pracilqal value, -and, tho contributed pa
,per, if purchased separately like other
treatises on "pedagogy, would cost quite
a sum. Let me also ask if tho Commis
sioner who reports is not Dr. W. T.
Harris, and If'the'Dr. Sheldon Jackson to
whom reference Is made is not" merely
'an agent In charge of Alaska educational
affairs" and the establishment of reindeer
in that territory? A. C.
Jfovol Point Decided. ,
.CHICAGO Oct 26. A special to the
Record from Lebanon, 111., says: .
A novel point has been decided hv St
Clair. County. David .S. Gage and wife
were Tdlled .in. a terrible storm that swept
over the county 'four years ago. The
bodies "were found, lying side by a!de.
They had one daughter, the 'only 'lineal
heir. In a suit for a settlement of the
.estate, the question arose as to which
had died- first. .If G,age, (hen his wife's
relatives would be entitled to her award,
consisting of the homestead, it his wife
Chorea nd vueu louiwert. "PcstateTy
' of tellbme, dlislpUoa, eicauej, or
nrrion. iimr trrt tlA-nantfmt. &
rgaaf, .SusralMri tho brala fl nro ceBten. sjw"boT,
ermerrtfundtl, jrlth yx)jei. Clreulin free. ' Add ra3
For sale by Aldrlch Pharmacy. Sixth,
HQpfeins ; Cp.
died first, then her relatives would be en
titled to nothing, but the whole estate,
amounting to about 510,000, would fall
o Miss Mabel Gage, the daughter. There
yrns no way of .proving -which died first,
and the court hdlfl that since woman
f Physically is Veaker , .than man, Mrs.,
Gagev must have died first, and upon,tms
hypothesis awarded the estate to the
J f T Garner Hcfarlag.'
NEW "S-ORKL Oc 26,-nIn the'' Gaynor
hearing, L. Y. Schermerhorn. president of"
tho American Dredging Company, .said'
there was nothing unusual In contractors
securing work-Jn the same district 'time
after time, as was the case in Savannah.
faliT company made blda In 1892, but was
unsuccessful. He was, present when the
bids were opened' for the work In the
Savannah: dlstript'ln 1892 and 1896. Every--thing
was done regularly, and Be scouted
the idea that there was any cqlluslon,
between his company and that ot the sue-"
Ces3ful bidders. He .declared that every
act of Captain Carter. In relation to tbo
work was open and free from any .sug
gestion o'f fraud. Ho said he had ex
amined the work done and thought It was
Bone as . well as could be accomplished
by any concern., ' ,
:;. " :
t Smoke Xnfsnncc Decision.
.' CHICAGO, Oct 26. A verdict, which It
Is -thought wlH -result either In endless
litigation or In the ,aba,Vement of the'
fcirioke nuisance, and which, If sustained
by the Supreme Court, "mar serve -as a
precedent for decisions In other' smoke-
clouded cltfeB, 'was rendered today In the
Circuit Court Lawyers Merry s. walker
and Brode. B. Djavis,. haying offices in the
12th story of the Association building, by
the-verdict are awarded 51500 damages for
lrfjnfles received from the smoke from the
New York Life building.
Isaac JUibel, Cnlcago
R W Klewert, Milwk
D M Lwl, N Y
M A BrUnimr, N T
A W Melr, Seattle
J G Woodvtorth, do'
J A Teftt. vWIs
E B Lyon, Minn - 4
D M Fitzgerald, Chgt
AC Rufeaell & wife,
G M We&tgall. do
Geo lurrier, Spokane v
Hy EUers, city
Mrs M Ljnlff, Long B
Mrs J G MLgler.Brook-
A J Milton. Minn
D S Ralston, St Louis
Dr A'TovilSr, SalC Lk
Mrs Mary F Johnston,
Mls.a Johnston, oo
MIs Mamie Johnston,
Mrs D M Beavls, Salt
E B Knapp," Boston
W F Boardman. S F
C O" Applehageft, Du-
C Schllllnpf. San Fran
C C Kremer. LouWlllo
Ben Shane. N Y
EH ICnapp, Boston
far os mts uurgiexaus
Fred T "Butler, Toron
A H B&iley, Clevelnd
J E Alexander, S F
Mr & TJ'-s A 1 S-
A T G Symons. do
iFrank R Field. Dener
J ,w Fuller, st Paul
E G Anderson. N Y
T J TausIjr. San Ft
Edwin Goodall, San Fri
Emeft E JBuokleton,
Trinton, N J
Mrs E E Buckleton.do
11H R M-Harlow, -Los
C A Toatcr. Lowell
JJohn McLelland & wf.
AV S Stltt. Chicago
GU3t Graj-Bon, Chicago
E L Boa, X Y
E Y Bilgham, Boston
r ft Stanley. Porry, Or
F T .TllArt Ppnrtlptnn
N B "Whitley. Seattle
C B Mooro, Chicago
T G Mcglar, Brookfleld
Jas A Hart & v. Chgo
J W Collins San Fr
ci T. Fh Itl Sun Fran
Adam S Collins, S, F
Cplnxnltln KUer Scenery. ,
RcKTiIntor Lino steamers, from Oak
street dock dally, except Sundav, 7 o'clock
A. M. The Dalles. Hood RUer. Cni
citde Locks and return. Call on. or 'fom
.agdnt for, further Information.
" THE PERKINS.
J P Mampel. San Fr S J 01Jer, Omaha
iuiss a. jj ij'iizgeraia.no
Mrs E.C Parrlsh, VI-
c c White, do
Mm Paniah, Vlento
Master "ParrlshT Vlentt
Miss Parrlsh, Vlento
G T Dutchcratt, Nrth.
Vorna Powell, do
D B TajloV, Indp. Or
rrank H Richmond,
u a- mil, no
A I Aromall, Seattle
F Vogt. Boe .
J M Abrams, Eugene
C R McKlnley S.iokrt
Mrs C R McKlnley. do
O H Harfhbarger, S Pi
Mr? u Thomas. Rltzvl
'Ira Thomaj, Jitz lUo
Henrj Thomas, db
Samuel Greene, Seattl
Ira Erb. Salem
Mrs C H'Koch. Hlllsbo
hou Mabrj, St Loula
E G How man. Rainier
L F Stephens. Rainier
H W Carpenter, Long
Mrs M Bodman do
H H Spencer, Oreg C
P H Davaon, Saft Fr
A M Whltter, Hunt
ington Mrs A M Whtttler. do
Mr J-ir Welder, EXf-
Airs u v Stephens, tlo
E Arnold, CoxalJU
AVm Livingston, S V
Tvawrence Claffy, Du-
John Looml. Newport
Misi M Aah. Walla W
J K Wethcrell." San Fr
r A Eillott, Newberg
V'm Calz. JacksonvIiE Peonies. Moro. Or
F II Moulton. San Fr W E Wakelee. San Fr
W E Rejnolds, Oak- I J M Comit, Woodburn
6 HiHemstreet, Goblet Miss Comit, Woodburn
Chas Peter. Sumpter j
F Keckmnn. San Fr
Chas Neunert. Nome
J m Demon, Humpter
C T Ryan, Hlllsboro
J H Rlnearson, Grass
E B Norton, Oakland,
E E EHK Seattle
L M Carpenter, Iowa
Mrs J H RInearson.dp
XT T ntA DnlrW,"
Mrs carpenter, ao
MrflH T Bruce, uo i James Vance, San Pr
E P Mlchell, SfovennJames Braden, Van
Wm L Moore, Grawllli comer, B G
T Hall, Victoria, B C Wm McBrlde, city ,
Mrs F Hall, do J V Hobbs, McMInnvl
C. W. Knowle3, Mannger. .
hn C Ward, Fort
Miss M M Hallenbeck.
Miss C M Lindberg.do
Arthur M Dow, Boston
W W Cowne, Canyn C
J r Robinson, Ashwood
Z F Mbody, Tho Dalles
J S Bradley, Bridal VI
W D-Joiner, San tran
J P-Irwin, MeMInmlll
AV H Dalmnn. St Hlns
Gpo HrBurnett. Salem
F J Cram. Chicago
N H Looney, Jefferson
S C McKey, Albany
Matthow Stuart," Tal
C H Chapman, Dallas
Chas A Gray, Salem
Mrs Uray, Salem
C L Ireland, Sherman
B D Garlock, do
H R Yerxa, Seattle
Mrs Backer. Astoria
Miss Garner. Astoria
D II Moore. Green-
Mrs Moore, do
W L Whltmore, Pom-
Mrs Whltmore, do
W C Kipp, J9pokano
Mrs Klpp, Spokane -,0
E Brand, Dululh
John Norlen, DulUth
Ed N lander, Duluth
John Ekland. Duluth
Frank L Moore. Bak C
Mrs Moore. JJaKer uy
Oscar Dahl, Duluth
John Olsen. Duluth
Bcnhard WInther, do
Martin Olsen, - do
J M Tomell, Grass Vj
.Geo A Newcomb, Ak
Stephen A Lowell,
(M P Callander, do
Mrs J Taylor, Spokane
Mrs J-Clarke, Gervais
'p D Kuettner, Astoria
A S Cavanaugh, do .
Mrs Ca-i anaugh, do
Miss Cavanaugh, do
Mrs Kuettner, ao
, Hotel BrnnBTfvick. Seattle,
European: ilrst-class. Rates, 75c and Up.
One block from depot Restaurant next
door. - t
' Taooma Hotel, Tacomn.
American plan. . Rates, 13 and up.
' " Donnelly- Hotel, Tacoma.
European plan. Rates, COc and up.
, . . j-
After dinner take one of Carter's Little
Liver P1113 and you will be free from
sour rising -of food from the stomach. Try
them and be convinced.
THE MODERN APPLIANCE A poslth
way to perfect .manhood. .Tho VACUUM
TREATMENT CURES YOU Without medicine of
all nervous or diseased si the generative or-
tans, such as lost mannooa, exnaustive drains, j
varicocele. lmsotenov. etc,
Mon ar quickly r-
ntored to nerfect health and strength.
for circulars'. Correspondence confldentUL
THE HEALTH APPLIANCE CO.. rooms 47-41
Bnfo Decaslt building. Seattle. Wash.
Prtr th Care Of Gonorrhoea, Gleets,
' 8tfleturf, nad uttalogtiBB cimplulntit
or tse ureau-ai u
of tfae Orsmua-of" Geacrntlon.
Erlce SI a tot tlo.
J! or saio oy.arugsiaxa.
been In use ovtr o ycut by the. leaden of toe Hoxnoa
outs tho wont case a old aad yoone iriilne from effect
dxrette - inoUng; Oura
i lt . Manhoor). Im
rfioea Insomnlai Pains
mo. Sackt nervous Oe"
s arm atorn
dT fwi."l Semarii Varicocele.
cms Is H hand. IT3TrrTa Restores small. tmdercIoOea
Hit1sibr rntil. IIUbI A written guarantee, to euro
Bishop Rompdy Oo.f San FranCl300 O&l.
and "Washington streets. Portland. Or,
Union Depot, Slxifc and J Streets
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
. Leaves for the East, via Huntington, at 9.00
A M.; arrives at 4:30 P. M.
For Spokane, Eastern Washington, and Great
Northern points, leaves at B P. M.;. arrive at
t A M.
Leaves for the East via Huntington, at 9:00
P. M.; arrives at 8:40 A M.
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
O CDAN -AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
Water lines schedula subject to change with
OCEAN DIVISION - From Portland, leave
Alns worth-Dock i at 8 P. M.; sail every & days:
Geo. W. Elder. Saturday, No. 3; Tuesday,
Nov. 13', Frl., NoV. 2J; Mon.. Dec. . Colum
bia, Mon.. Oct 20; Thurs , Nov. 8; Sun., Nov.
18: Wed., Nov. 2Sl Sat., Doc. 8.
From San Francisco Sail every 5 days.
Leave Spear-street Pier 24 at 11 A. M.: Geo.
W. Elder, Tues., Oct. SO: Frl.. Nov. 0; Mon r
Nov, 10; Thurs.. Nov. 20: Sun . Dec 9. Co
lumbia, Sun.. Nov. 4; Wed., Nov. 14; Saw
Nov. 24; Tuos., Dec. 4; rri., Dec. 14,
COLUMBIA RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Steamer Hassalo leaves Portland dally, ex
cept Sunday, at 8.00 P. M.; on Saturday at
10 00 P. M. Returning leaves Astoria dally,
except Sunday, nt 7.00 A. M.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION".
PORTLAND ANP SALEM, OR
' Steamer Modoc, for Salom and way points,
leaves from Ash-street Dock at G A. M. on
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. Return
ing, leaves Salem, at 0 A. M. on Tuesdays,
Thursday)) and Saturdays,
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAYTON. OR
Steamer Ruth, for Oregon City, Buttevlll.
Champoeg, Dayton and hvay landings, leaves
Portland Tuesdays, Thursdais and Saturdays
at 7.00 A. M. Leaves Dayton for Portland
and way points Mondays, Wednesdays and
Frtdais at B.00 A. M.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
HIPARIA. WASKt. AND LEWISTON. IDAHO.
Steamer Spokane or steamer Lewinton leaves
Hlparla daily at 3:40 A. M. arriving at Lew
Iston about 3 P. M. Returning, tha Spokane or
LewhUon leaves Lewlston dally at 1 A. M., ar
riving at Rlparla same evening.
W. H. HURLBURT.
General Passonser Agent
V. A. SCHILLING. City Ticket Agent.
Telephone Main 712. So Thltd St.. cor. Oak.
TO THE ORIENT
CHINA AND JAPAN. FROM PORTLAND.
JTor rate3, accommodations, etc., apply to
OREGON RAILROAD & NAV. CO..
Agents, Portland. Or.
LilO 1 y-
Depot FIZth xnx
for Salem, Ro
burg, Ashland. Sac
San Francisco, Mc
jave, Los Angeles.
El Paso. New Os
leans and the East.
daily except 3un
dty), morning train
.connects with train
for Mt. Anjrel. S1V
nd Natron, and
evening train for
Mt. Angel and Sll
erton. Albany passenger
8:30 P. M.
3:30 A. M.
C:30 P. M.
7:30 A. M.
114.50 P. M.
10:10 A. M.
H5-50 P. IvL
Dally. IILaily except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates ?17 first
class, and $11 second clasi. Including eleeper.
Rate and tlcketi to Eastern points and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU ard
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained from J. B.
KIRKLAND. .Ticket Agent. 140 Third street
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson street
Leavo for Oswego dally at 7:20, 9:40 A. M.;
12.o6, 1:35, 3.25. 4'40. C:25, 8.30. 11.30 P. M.;
and 9 00 A. M 6n Sundays only. Arrive at
Portland dally at 0 35. 8-30. 10 B0 A M.;
1:35. 3:10, 4.30. 0.15. 7.40. 10 00 P. M.; 12.40
A. M. dally, except Monday, 8:30 and 10.05 A.
M. on Sundays only.
Leave" for Dallas daliy. except Sunday, at
C-05 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 0:30 A M.
Passenger train leaves Dallas for Alrlle Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2.45 P. M.
Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
C H. MARKHAM.
Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agt
ONLY 70 HOURS
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO.
OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. CO. 1
OREGON R. R. & NAVIGATION CO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
TO THE EAST
NO CHANGE OF CARS to Denver,
Omnha, Kansas Cflyand Chicago.
Only FoUr Days
'To New1 York, Boston, Philadelphia
Palace Sleepers, Tourist Sleepers, Dining Cars.
" Library Cars, Free Recllnlng-Chalr Cars.
Steam Heat, Pintsch Lisht. Fast Time.
Union Depots. Basgago checked to destination.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
135 Third Slreet Portland, Oregon
J. H. LOTHROP,
City Pass. & Tkt. Ast
Altona and Pomona
Dally (ex. Sunday) for Independence Sal(ni
and all way landings. L'cave Portlahil 0:43 A.
M.; leave Salem 7 A. M.; Independence, d
A. U. Uiaco anu aocs, loot xayior au
IpJj SUNSET -r
Wn rouTEs Jq
5 . j
DOUBLE JDAILY THAIX 93IIVXCE.
TJae Pioneer Dfnlnc nnil Obaexrntloa
L'alon Depot, 51ft an J J5i
Xorta 'Coast Limited
Tor Tacoma. 'aeattle.
Korth YaKlma. jDo-
kano. Pullman. Mo-
cow, Lewision, ftosj
land. B. C. Butt,
Helena, st. iui. Jiiin-n-innll
ton. Naw York, and all
points East ana souw
Twin Cltr Emress. for
Tacoma, Seattle. Spa-
Kane, neiena. .uuiie
9t. Paul. Chicago Bos
ton. New York. Omaha,
Kansas City. Council
BlUffs. St. Louis, and
all points east and
Through train servtcft T Northern Paclflo
and Burllasrton Una rrom Portland, to Onuiha.
Kaosa City, St. Louis. Quick Umo ana ua
equaled accommodations. "
Talta- North Coast Limited Train No. 2 tor
South Bend. OlyrapU and Gray's Harbor
Sp tho North Coast Limited. Eleeant Up
holstered Tourist Sleptng Car3. Pullpian
Standard Sleepers, Dining Car and Observa
tion Car. all electric lighted. Solid vestlbuUu
Tlcketi sold to all points la th United
States aad Canada, and bacsags checlcod ta
destination of tickets.
For Information, tickets, aleeptng-car reser
vations, etc.. call on or write
A. D. CHARLTOtt
tAanlatnnt General Pnssenser Assent,
SStS. Morrison St.. Cor. TlalrU.
FIRST-CLASS AND TOURIST
AND FROM ALL POINTS EAST
For full particulars apply to
H. H. ABBOTT. Agent.
140 Third at.. Portland, Or.
E. J. COYLE. A. C. P. A..
Vancouver, B. C.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
THE COMPANY'S elegant
steamship Cottage City, city
of Topelta and Al-Kl Ieae
TACOMA 11 A. M., SEATTLE
9 f. M Oct. 2. 7, 12, 17. ,
27; Nov. 1. 0, 11. 16, 21. 20;
Dec 1. and every fifth day
thereafter. Further Informa
tion obtain company's folder.
Tho company reserve tho rlaht to ohanjto
steamers salllnc dates and hours of saillnif.
without previous notice.
AGENTS N. POSTON, 249 "Washington at,
Portland. Or.: F. W. CARLETON. N. P. R. R.
Dock. Tacoma. TICKET OFFICE. 018 First
ave, Seattle, E. "W. MELSE, Ticket Aet.:
H. H- LLOVD. Puget Sound Supt.. Ocean
Dock. Seattle; C. "W. MILLER. Asst. Puget
Sound Supt., Ocean. Dock Seattle.
UOOOALL. PERKINS t CO . Gen. Agts.. S F.
llciet Olflce. 26S Hirrlxoi Street. Thqpe 5J)
JirivTC I "W dally to aa4 I xMurrry
IJSAVI. j r.oa au pawU ujaa. ARRIVE.
No. apolls. Dvluth. Caleaxti 20. X
a 0OT. M. I and all point Kaat. 7'0l A M.
Through Palac and Tourist Slevrj, Dlalna
and Buffet Bmoklnir-Llbrary Can.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP KINSHIU MARU
For Japan, China and all Aalatlo polnu wia
About November 7th
Hong Konff. via Yokohama and Kobe. Duo
at Portland aa follows:
SS. SKARPSNO Oct. 23
SS. MONMOUTHSHIRE Nov. 23
SS. MILOS Dec 23
For freight or passago apply to
C-S-10 Columbian bids.. Third and Oak ats.
Astoria & ColumfaB
River Railroad Co.
Tor llayjiM, Rainier,
Clifton. Astoria. Wsr-
rraton. Flavel. Ham
tnond. Ton Staven.
C4arhart Park. Sald.
Astoria and Utasaor
0:53 P. M.
8:C0 P. M.
TKset offlc. 255 Morrison st. and Union depot.
7. C MAYO. Gn. Pau. Art.. Astoria. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
BAILEY GATZERT (Alder-street Dock)
Leaves Portland dally every morning nt T
o clock, except. Sunday. Returning, leaves As
toria every night at 7 o'clock except Sunday,
-osrori phono Main 251 Columbia nhon irtt
i Governm't, Municipal,
, Railroad, Gas and
Bought and sold, includinz total lames.
Letters of Oredif ani Oralis
Issued ou Banlc of Scotland, London,
Cf edit Lyonnais, Purls.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
204 Dearborn St., Chicago.
31 Nassau SI., New York. 67 MUkSL, Boston.
fr CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
Orldnol and 0Tt Cranlne.
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St63in6rs for OrlBnt
T. M. Stevens & Co., Inc.